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wrong. if hillary clinton runs, 10-1 he does not run. if hillary clinton does not run and his health is good, 4-1 that he does run. >> i think he's dying to run. so he's just waiting to see what happens. i think he's very easy to run. >> mike barnicle? >> you're talking about the greatest vice president in the history of western civilization, right? >> joe biden. we love joe biden. i agree with a blend of what al and cokie just said. i think the vice president really would like and enjoy and be very happy running for president of the united states he's obviously going to be tempered by what hillary clinton chooses to do on a number of fronts, fund-raising ability. he would like to run but i bet the odds he would not run. >> don't you get the sense talking about the possibility behind that big smile he resents a little bit that it's a forgone conclusion that hillary clinton would be the nominee for democrat. he's saying in his own way, hey, man, i'm vice president, i should get a shot at this if i want it. >> anyone seeing what i do, julie? >> sure. the thing we have too remember abou
for your time. >> thank you. >>> coming up, just between clintons. thousands of newly released bill and hillary e-mails help or hippedary possible clinton presidency, part two? that's just ahead. >>> but first, three countries freeze the bank accounts of deposed ukrainian president, victorian nah cove vich while two armed men seize two airports in crimea. we will have the latest on the situation in the ukraine, next on "now." ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> the complicated and bloody past of the ukrainian region of crimea is returning to the president -- present. armed militants have occupied two airports in the region. members of the ukraine's new government say the men were troops deployed from russia but the kremlin is denying those claims. this back and forth comes one day after russian president, vladimir putin, ordered a surprise military exercise on the bored other of ukraine with 150,000 russian troops. the russian flag was planted on top of crimea's parliament building. militants took control of government buildings there and pro-russian demonstrators filled the streets. earlier today in h
. so sorry for that. the clinton library is releases thousands of pages ever documents, let's hope i'm a fast reader. we'll have an exclusive first interview in those documents set for release and the first tv interview also with the head of planned parent hood since that group released a new strategy for the mid-term election cycle. we're going to crunch the numbers on all of your reporting on student debt crisis and put the tough questions to a big voice in that fight, kirsten gillibrand, first our headlines. >> set to be released today, the first of more than 30,000 pages of documents from bill clinton's presidency. >> the documents are expected to include confidential communications between the former president and his advisers and may also include communications with former first lady hillary rodham clinton. >> a verdict has come down in the trial of kennedy. >> they came back with a verdict. >> i really did have great, great lawyers and most people don't have access to that. >> ukraine's ousted president speaking out from russia, told reporters he intends to continue fighting f
for hillary clinton. more than 30,000 pages of confidential documents from the bill clinton presidency should have been made public a year ago. but they are still under lock and key. that's according to the website, politico. some but not all of the papers may soon be released, and that could cause some problems for hillary clinton if she runs for president in 2016. our senior political analyst, ron brownstein, joining us now from culver city, out in the california. ron, give us an idea of what kind of documents we're talking about, what this potentially could mean if hillary clinton runs for president. >> reporter: hi, wolf. first of all, substantively, i have written books using the presidential libraries and the general trend over time is to longer delay and narrow disclosure. fdr library, lbj library, huge trove material, part of a long standing trend. we don't know what are in the documents. many confidential advice within the white house. i think politically, this really plays into the broader issue, which is that obviously one of the fulcrum points of the hillary clinton campaign in 20
the democrats are dealing with it. why it could end up hurting hillary clinton in 2016 some analysts say. >>> a pregnant woman drives her minivan filled with children right into the surf in daytona beach. the dramatic rescue and why she did it. >>> a report about common antibiotics. what dangers they propose and what the cdc is recommending. jon: dramatic video captures a scary hit-and-run it happened at an intersection in california. watch the right side of your screen as a 14-year-old girl trying to cross the street is hit by two vehicles. police say she was trying to cross against the red light. first a red pickup truck hit her. then a black sedan. they're charging owner of sedan with felony hit-and-run because he left the scene. they're still looking for the driver of the red pickup truck. the girl was taken to the hospital with leg injuries but she is expected to be okay. >> so lucky, right? she wasn't more injured. a new jersey judge ruling against an 18-year-old honor student suing her parents. we told awe little bit this yesterday. rachel canning was seeking $650 a week and thous
stick around, i will announce my decision with you. >> i'm not sure that's an option. if hillary clinton does not run, you have said if she runs for president you will not run. >> no, i haven't. >> then tell me what you said. >> you only run if you believe you're in better position to do what you think is most needed in the country. from politics to the the another event where biden talked up his basketball skills. the veep says he's got some. >> a couple good friends here. i told the president the next game i have. i may be a white man, but i can jump. >> elections are still months away, but the democrats are not waiting to pull out the big guns. bill clinton travelled to kentucky to campaign for allison lundergan. clinton was the last to carry the state. in fron of a room of 1200 people he took aim at mitch mcconnell and the staunch opposition to obamacare. >> you know what in a sane environment people do when they have problems with a good objective? they fix the problems. the other choice is to just pout if you're not -- if your pear is not in the white house and make as many problem
. >> hillary clinton could face an obstacle that has nothing to do with her husband's past or even her own. howard kurtz looks at the controversial question of how old is too old. >> the age question is growing louder than just a whisper. raised by former can dt and now fox news host mike huckabee. >> look, if she's going to be at an age where it's going to be a challenge for her. >> if hillary clinton is the democratic candidate for president she'll turn 69 just before the election. >> stephen: that's right, fox news is ready to project that in the 2016 presidential election hillary clinton will be two years older. (laughter) i mean come on! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: come on. come on! i mean 69, that is old. like old, old. way too old to be president. i mean she's going to be almost as old as ronald reagan was. but remember those were man years. men age gracefully like robert redford or a nice leather wallet. >> jim, jim, why did you put up two leather wallets, i don't-- okay, now plus, plus it just goes to the question of trust worthiness. during the benghazi hearings, she kept c
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hillary clinton hard to have a conversation about healthcare because of all the misinformation. misinformation really or possibly just a bad plan? joining us political panel rick klein. washington examiner byron york and the "wall street journal's" jason rod. jason first to you. is misinformation, is that part of the problem? [ laughter ] she would like to think that's part of the problem. maybe the misinformation that harry reid is putting out there is part of the problem that she is talking about. i think that clinton's comments are more confirmation of what we already knew, which is that democrats think healthcare and obama care is going to be a liability in november. in clinton's case might think it's still going to be a liability in 2016. >> byron. >> the interesting things about her remarks about obamacare, she joins other democrats in saying that it has to be fixed. but, as senator johnson was saying, democrats have all said it needs to be fixed, but they haven't come up with any comprehensive plan to actually fix it. and she did say that, for example, forcing people int
president clinton. let me start with you. mike mcphal, you workd with him during the clinton years. he took away from the press conference that putin doesn't know what to do next. do you think that's the case, that putin actually, while he's trying to show confidence, he may have acted emotionally and now doesn't have a plan b? >> putin was very angry at what happened in kiev. yanukovych mishandled the situation. >> let putin down. >> let putin down. he sees a western hand behind everything. so, things did not play out as he wanted. he is now seeing sort of the last piece of the former soviet empire falling away. so, it's a bit of desperation. and so i think in some sense, this is a reactive act, but it's dangerous. he's there. and we have to make it very clear to him that he has a fundamental choice here. >> right. >> if he stays on this path, he faces isolation and a very bad future. if he gets off this path, he can redeem the investment of sochi. >> sure. >> and be part of the international community. >> it seems it's political isolation he faces first. financial isolation seems to be un
will be discussed a lot. we are 22 years after bill clinton said i did not inhale on the campaign trail. of course this isn't a discussion about drugs as it is so much a discussion about the president, his candor, his ownership of his own history, and fundamentally question of race and how the president is i think almost opening a new chapter, one that beegan with trayvon martin, a new chamter about his own cultural heritage and who he wants to be in his last three years of his presidency. what did you make of that? >> i don't think we've ever seen this much of the interior life of any president of the united states as we've seen with this president both because of the autobiography he wrote where he really dug into his own growing up, his own attitudes toward race, very candid about drug use, and then as his presidency is going, this isn't a look back after he's already not president. this is as his presidency goes. we are looking into the interior life of president obama. so it's fascinating from that standpoint. and as different from the first term he really wants to get in and own these issues
? then don't invite hillary rodham clinton. >> or how about invite both and have a great discussion. >> vladimir putin within the last hour concluded a news conference. he said what was going on in ukraine was an unconstitutional coup so russia has every right. >> it was a situation in which there was a legitimate exercise of popular will. it was obvious from what you saw with a man who has been a dictator. yurshenko has been everything putin has been in russia, maybe worse as a dictator. i think the president should stop playing hamlet and figure out what the heck he's going to do and do it. the longer you wait to do something, the less impact it has. first thing he should do is reset the reset. how about we -- >> that worked so great the first time. >> we gave up the nuclear defense of poland and the czech republic which i have been against, many people did the moment he did, predicted something like this would happen. maybe what he should do is once again reenter those treaties. why don't we have a treaty with poland and the czech republic to protect them against possible aggress
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
's borders. this was a bipartisan policy. clinton began, bush continued it, obama carried it on. during this period. 14 years he's been in power, putin made one point repeatedly. i have two red lines. you remember the red lines, obama used to have one in syria. putin means his. one red line is in the former soviet republic of georgia, you'll recall we had a war there in 2008, a proxy war. the other and far more important was in ukraine. i believe by the approach we've taken by ukraine. we meaning washington and the eu, that we have crossed his red line. fareed is right, it's not a good thing when guys in black masks are running around. they began running around in kiev when we overthrew the elected government there. >> okay, let's play a clip from president obama before i come back to you, this is him talking about the situation today, when he met israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty. ukraine's territorial integrity, they're a violation of international la
a member of the g-8 since the days when yeltsin and bill clinton were first negotiating that entrance. that is not just canceling a g-8 meeting. what he was talking about was kicking russia out of the g-8 because it's not a democracy if it invades another country. >> well, there's a number of problems with that. first of all, there are some reports the europeans as are often the case may not be as willing to be as hard line on these things as the united states is and keeping that economic coalition together will be a challenge. second, we know putin has a lot of give and leeway in the short term. anybody can spend that much on the olympics has access to the ability to paper over any short term economic hit he takes. and third, of course, the guy plays to nationalism, by kicking him out of the g-9 or putting economic limits on travel and banking and other things, the more he's going to initially feel like that's an advantage for him to rally support. long-term those things are effective. short term they may make him think twice but i don't think they change his behavior which is more a
tenet, first appointed to the position by president bill clinton and kept on at the agency when george bush became president. though james traficant was right when he listed all of those things that the cia missed over time, things they did not see coming that day learned about by watching cnf like the rest of us, once those things had already happened, james traficant was right about the cia not seeing any of that stuff coming. it was george tenet whose nomination james traficant was opposing. who ultimately personified the cia's modern failure. >> george tenet sat in the oval office to ask him, how good is the case? the director of the cia said it's a slam dunk, mr. president, it's a slam dunk. >> it was not a slam dunk. it was not a lay-up or free throw or any other kind of shot in basketball that technically results in a scoring of any points. there were in weapons of mass destruction in iraq. the bush administration including vice president cheney wanted the cia to say that there were weapons of mass destruction in iraq so the cia said that, but it was complete bullpucky. they wer
, #jktweetsagain. hillary clinton making a decision whether she'll run, whether she won't run, how much do you think benghazi and admitted state department failures of security, which were articulated in the state department's own report, how much will that be an issue or not be an issue? >> one of the great virtues of hillary would be sitting here and say the same thing, one of the great virtues of this job is i will not get engaged in presidential and domestic politics. >> do you miss politics at all? >> i beg your part season. >> do you mispolitics at all? >> i miss the years of senator and i miss a lot of aspects of it, yeah, i do, but this is a spectacular job. and i love doing what i'm doing. and i love the fact that for a concentrated period of time, even though i missed some of the other aspects, not all of them, mind you, i am able to focus on a specific task, a specific set of issues. and that is a luxury, believe me, to not have to go to a fund-raiser and not have to ask people for money, to not have to engage in some of the day-to-day things is really a blessing. and i love the abi
as the archives move. >> after 13 years, hillary clinton's advice to her husband, the president, is finally made public. james rosen will analyze for us.
boss, hillary clinton, used to say you don't get into an argument with your banker. i think in the context of germany they would say you don't get into an argument with your utility company. so i think there may be some opportunities on the financial side but crossing over into the energy side, you know, putin's energy card may not be as potent as it once was. there's a far more global and diversified energy market out there. but germany in particular does depend heavily, 30% of its gas imports come from russia. >> would it be important to the russians if the g-7 considered -- well, if the g8 considered becoming the g-7 again? if they considered ejecting russia from that international body? >> i think in the context of angela merkel she's one of the european leaders if not the european leader that has the ability to talk to putin. i think she's trying to potentially have -- be a channel to try to talk putin down from the ledge that he finds himself on. so that may be one tactic, where she's -- you know, she's looking at perhaps, you know, canceling the g8 meeting but not at
advisers were up to. >>> hillary clinton with the survey find more think of first lady than they did when she ran for the white house. 56% describe her as honest. that's up significantly since 2008 when she was running for president. 36% think she's hard to like. back in 2008, 53% of those called her unlikable. >> and barack obama saying you're likable enough, hillary. >>> george bush is close to being lake-effected. h.j. bush the nephew of george w. bush. p., as he's called in the family has won the republican primary to run for texas land commissioner. that is a stepping-stone to higher office in texas. senator john cornyn also won the primary beating steve carson. carson peeked sessions with the challenger as well. a lot of the people watching the texas election to seat strength in the tea party. let's take a look at "new day." kate bolduan joins us. >> good morning, you guys. we're, of course, going to continue to cover the breaking developments from the ukraine. secretary of state john kerry is set to meet with his russia counterpart just hours from now. what will happen in that meet
with a tough guy with a thin skin. >> that was former secretary of state hillary clinton speaking this afternoon about the situation in ukraine. earlier today, apenvoy to the united nations was threatened by a group of 10 to 15 armed militants in crimea. the region of the country where russian forces have taken control. the envoy was reportedly leaving the ukraine yap naval base when the car was surrounded by unidentified armed men who told him to go to the airport and leave crimea. he's safe, but the tensions did not he said there. in the eastern city of the hometown of ousted president viktor yanukovych, hundreds of activists recaptured a government building that was being held by opposition forces. meanwhile 35 international observers are currently on their way to ukraine in response to a request from the interim government in kiev. over in europe, pressure continued to mount on russia to change its hawk, calculus. john kerry met with his european counter parts and held a separate meeting with foreign minister lavrov. lavrov also met with foreign ministers from the uk, germany
didn't do it when he won in '76. bill clinton didn't do it when he won in '92, and while white male voters supported obama's candidacy in 2008, that number fell in 2012. let's bring in our strategists, the grio.com contributor and political analyst zerlina maxwell and suzanne del percio. good to see both of you. we talked about this ad nauseam, democrats made great strides with women voters and nonwhite groups. what happened, zerlina, to working class white men, and can they fix it? >> they can fix it, but it's really why white men are very important, because the makeup of that electorate is very different from a presidential election year, so like you said, you know, democrats haven't won the white male vote in those presidential election years, but in 5 of 6 of the past presidential elections when they didn't win the male vote, they won the election, so the midterm electorate is very, very different. i think democrats can push the minimum wage. i think they can make these issues that generally get framed under women's issues, family issues, american issues, and that will help. >>
with berman and michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a
with the new russia. i know that our point, president clinton's, was in fact to try to figure out how to integrate the new russia into europe. it has been part of what the united states has been trying to do. i think there are many aspects to the policy, but this is a very tough time. and i think president putin needs to understand that in using force in some kind of a pretend to -- to respond to pretend provocations, i think is not the way to go about this. we want to be able to figure out how to coop rat with them. but the bottom line is, they have crossed an international line. >> from your perspective and what you're seeing play out in realtime, do you envision this getting worse before it gets better or do you think it can be diffused from this point with russia? >> well i think it can be diffus diffused, but i do think this is going to on be a long story. attention has been diverted from what is really needed in ukraine, a strong economic package, trying to help that government get ukraine back on its feet and trying to figure out how to help the people of ukraine. i am a hopefu
families in american politics. the bushes, the kennedys, and the clintons. someone thought was she saying jeb shouldn't run for president? i had to ask her a little bit about jeb. she's very clear about where she stands on him running. listen. >> i don't know if you read "the new york times," but "new york times" maureen dowd had a column and the headlines was "brace yourself for hillary and jeb." >> i did see that and i thought anything to make news. >> is it okay with you if he ran? >> it has nothing to do with me. it just seems to me ridiculous in a country this size that we didn't have other families. i mean, we've got great governors, other people. i just don't understand it. and maybe jeb's given all he should give. because he worked awfully hard for a long time. but he is the best qualified person in the country; there is no question about that. put me down as saying that. >> so i've got a feeling if he runs, you would vote for him? >> of course i would. >> just checking. >> in the primary and the general, she went on to say. >> wise perspective there. >> really. she also said she
for it but not complete responsibility for it. some of hillary clinton's people were involved in that -- in the changing of the talking points. the white house seems to -- there seems to be a clear line that the white house was not involved, but that, to me, is not believable. >> right. congressman, let me jump in here. the statement mike morell gave to fox, he says, quote, i stand behind what i've said to you and testified to congress about the talking point issue. neither the agency, the analysts, nor i cooked the books in any way. but congressman, the talking points were changed. susan rice was giving false talking points to go deliver on five talk shows a couple days after the terrorist attack. someone has to be responsible for this. >> well, susan rice, that's a whole other story. anybody that has half a brain knows that she just flat-out lied. that's without question. we knew after so much time had passed that there was no question this was a terrorist attack. as it relates to mike morell, this is a guy who spent his whole career working for the government. he's a stand-up guy. if i were him, i th
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